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Supreme Court Docket Reports - 2003 Term
 


  • Number 13 / June 28, 2004 Contents: Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act — Preemption — Crop Damage Claims.  2) Federal Securities Fraud — Fraud-On-The-Market Theory — Loss Causation.

  • Number 12 / May 24, 2004 Contents: Dormant Commerce Clause ? Regulation Of Interstate Shipping Of Wine.  2) First Amendment — Mandatory Contributions for Generic Advertising.

  • Number 11 / Apr. 26, 2004 Contents: Tax Court — Procedures — Disclosure of Reports of Special Trial Judge.

  • Number 10 / Mar. 29, 2004 Contents: Age Discrimination in Employment Act — Disparate Impact Claims. 2) Federal Income Tax — Damage Awards — Contingent Fee Agreements. 3) Government Contracts — Agencies’ Obligation To Fulfill Contractual Obligations Using Appropriated Funds Internally Allocated For Other Purposes.

  • Number 9 / Feb. 23, 2004 Contents: Admiralty Law — Jones Act — Application To Workers On Special Purpose Watercraft.

  • Number 8 / Jan. 20, 2004 Contents: Truth In Lending Act — Cap On Statutory Damages For Failure To Disclose Finance Charge.

  • Number 7 / Jan. 7, 2004 Contents: Environmental Law — CERCLA — Contribution. 2) Trademark Infringement — Fair Use Defense — Likelihood of Consumer Confusion. 3) Carriage of Goods by Sea Act — Limitations of Liability — Himalaya Clauses — Intermodal Transportation.

  • Number 6 / Dec. 15, 2003 Contents: Antitrust — Extraterritorial Reach of the Sherman Act. 2) NEPA — Clean Air Act — Application to Department of Transportation’s Regulations Opening Border To Mexican Motor Carriers.

  • Number 5 / Dec. 1, 2003 Contents: Alien Tort Statute  Private Right of Action for Violation of International Law. 2) Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 — Hostile Work Environment — Vicarious Liability. 3) ERISA — Anti-Cutback Rule — Change In Rules Governing Suspension Of Early Retirement Benefits.

  • Number 4 / Nov. 10, 2003 Contents: 28 U.S.C. § 1782 — Discovery — Scope And Reach Of Domestic Discovery For Use In Foreign Proceedings.

  • Number 3 / Nov. 3, 2003 Contents: ERISA — Preemption — State-Law Negligence/Medical Malpractice Claims Based On Denial of Treatment Coverage.  2) Administrative Procedure Act — Federal Court Authority to Compel Agency Action — Public Lands.

  • Number 2 / Oct. 14, 2003 Contents: Child Online Protection Act — First Amendment.Subject Matter Jurisdiction.  2) Diversity of Citizenship — Exceptions to “Time-of-Filing” Rule.

  • Number 1 / Sep. 30, 2003 Contents: Bankruptcy — Abrogation of State Sovereign Immunity. 2) Tax Injunction Act — Federal-Court Jurisdiction Over Litigation Challenging Tax Credits. 3) Mineral Rights — Pittman Act — Reservation to United States of Rights to Sand and Gravel.

 

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